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ubicouture:

VERSACE X MARILYN MINTER
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I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch

I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch

I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch

I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch

I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch

I first met her at a Sopranos premiere. Somebody was behind me and said, “I think you’re wonderful”. I turned around and looked down and said thank you and turned back around and I heard “Don’t condescend to me, you son of a bitch!” I looked at this little, beautiful lady and she gave me some diatribe about something and I immediately fell in love with her.
- James Gandolfini on Elaine Stritch
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aquaticambience:

Around the CakeWayne Thiebaud, 1962
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Kim Novak, 1958. Photo by Robert Coburn.
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René Burri, Peace Hotel, Shanghai, China, 1989.
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wandrlust:

Bed, 1980 — Marino Sormani
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This morning, we learned the heartbreaking news that groundbreaking director, writer, actor, producer, and father L.M. Kit Carson has passed away at the age of 73. As one of the most influential independent American voices in cinema, his career was fascinatingly broad, bringing to life some of the most beloved collaborations of the last half-century. From Jim McBride’s brilliant black-and-white mockumentary David Holzman’s Diary (which to co-wrote and starred in) and his documentary The American Dreamer which chronicling Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie to his experience writing the masterpiece that is Wim Wenders’ Paris, Texas alongside Sam Shepard (starring his son Hunter) and his fearless re-imagining of Breathless, not to mention his work as a champion and producer for then unknown filmmaker Wes Anderson on Bottle Rocket, Carson’s eclectic career was an impressive and inspiring mix that paved the way for so many after him. 
Rest In Peace, L.M. Kit Carson, Icon of Independent Cinema
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Every year, once the bitter autumn air sets in, it’s impossible not to find yourself haunted by ghosts of seasons before. And in addition to the psychological assimilation that comes with the transition into fall and our inclination for hibernation, we’re forced to revamp our wardrobes accordingly. But with Halloween lurking around the corner, why not sever from the mundane ensembles hanging your closet and take a sartorial cue from your favorite spooky, sexy, and scary characters? Whether you’re channeling the ever-thirsty undead, a psychopathic investment banker, the victim of a terrible possession, or ballerina caught in a house of horrors, take a look at some of our favorite gruesomely gorgeous wardrobes below. Grab your smelling salts and enjoy.
A Sartorial Look at 17 of Our Favorite Horror Films
Every year, once the bitter autumn air sets in, it’s impossible not to find yourself haunted by ghosts of seasons before. And in addition to the psychological assimilation that comes with the transition into fall and our inclination for hibernation, we’re forced to revamp our wardrobes accordingly. But with Halloween lurking around the corner, why not sever from the mundane ensembles hanging your closet and take a sartorial cue from your favorite spooky, sexy, and scary characters? Whether you’re channeling the ever-thirsty undead, a psychopathic investment banker, the victim of a terrible possession, or ballerina caught in a house of horrors, take a look at some of our favorite gruesomely gorgeous wardrobes below. Grab your smelling salts and enjoy.
A Sartorial Look at 17 of Our Favorite Horror Films
Every year, once the bitter autumn air sets in, it’s impossible not to find yourself haunted by ghosts of seasons before. And in addition to the psychological assimilation that comes with the transition into fall and our inclination for hibernation, we’re forced to revamp our wardrobes accordingly. But with Halloween lurking around the corner, why not sever from the mundane ensembles hanging your closet and take a sartorial cue from your favorite spooky, sexy, and scary characters? Whether you’re channeling the ever-thirsty undead, a psychopathic investment banker, the victim of a terrible possession, or ballerina caught in a house of horrors, take a look at some of our favorite gruesomely gorgeous wardrobes below. Grab your smelling salts and enjoy.
A Sartorial Look at 17 of Our Favorite Horror Films
Every year, once the bitter autumn air sets in, it’s impossible not to find yourself haunted by ghosts of seasons before. And in addition to the psychological assimilation that comes with the transition into fall and our inclination for hibernation, we’re forced to revamp our wardrobes accordingly. But with Halloween lurking around the corner, why not sever from the mundane ensembles hanging your closet and take a sartorial cue from your favorite spooky, sexy, and scary characters? Whether you’re channeling the ever-thirsty undead, a psychopathic investment banker, the victim of a terrible possession, or ballerina caught in a house of horrors, take a look at some of our favorite gruesomely gorgeous wardrobes below. Grab your smelling salts and enjoy.
A Sartorial Look at 17 of Our Favorite Horror Films